July 2017

John Kundla, the first coach in Lakers history, died Sunday at the age of 101. His son, Tom, confirmed his father’s death, saying the elder Kundla died at an assisted living facility in Northeast Minneapolis. The Boston Beaneaters — the team that would eventually become the Braves — had an epic 42-game sprint from May…

Read More Basketball Hall of Famer John Kundla, first-ever Lakers coach, dead at 101

Kevin Love is ahead of schedule in his recovery from knee surgery and could return to the Cavaliers’ lineup as early as this weekend, according to an update from general manager David Griffin. Love, who hasn’t played since Feb. 11, took part in a three-on-three scrimmage Tuesday, Griffin said, and appears ready to travel with…

Read More Kevin Love injury update: Cavaliers star on track to return on upcoming road trip

Paul Millsap’s days in Atlanta might be numbered. According to a rare NBA report from ESPN NFL reporter Adam Schefter, Millsap will void his contract at the end of the 2016-17 season. Schefter, who was the sideline reporter for Wednesday’s game between the Hawks and Wizards, added that Millsap would like to remain in Atlanta.…

Read More Hawks’ Paul Millsap to reportedly void contract at season’s end

McGloin lasted less than a half before being sidelined with a shoulder injury. He completed 6 of 11 passes for a measly 21 yards on four drives that failed to reach Broncos territory. Connor Cook hadnt even taken a snap with the starters in practice Cheap Hockey Jerseys until this past week let alone play…

Read More Oakland went three-and-out on Cooks first series just before halftime.

Who is more important to the Cavaliers’ pursuit of an NBA Finals victory over the Warriors? Iman Shumpert, or Kyle Korver? Last week, Thompson, fresh off winning his NBA championship in three years, took a hard spill during a 10-day promotional tour for ANTA, the Chinese brand he’s worn the past three seasons. Friday, he…

Read More NBA trade rumors: Cavaliers hoping to send Iman Shumpert to Rockets

Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Artie Burns was arrested in Florida on Thursday night. As first reported by the Miami Herald, Burns was pulled over first for having expired tags on his car, and was then arrested when it was discovered his license was suspended. According to slaterscoops.com, Burns has failed to pay more than $1,000 in…

Read More Steelers’ 2016 first-round pick Artie Burns arrested in Florida

The Knicks may not have much of a plan, but they know what steps they’ll be taking to rebuild the team first. The franchise’s focus in the coming weeks will be on free agency rather than a replacement for departed team president Phil Jackson, ESPN reported, citing unidentified league sources. It is the richest deal…

Read More Knicks to focus on free agency over Phil Jackson’s replacement, report says

The MVP votes are in, but that doesn’t make the upcoming passing duel between Aaron Rodgers and Matt Ryan any less compelling. They’ve been the two best quarterbacks all season, and it comes down to who can play a little bit better through a shootout rematch in Atlanta. Rodgers lost the ultimate heartbreaker, 33-32, when…

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